Singapore’s annual Music Matters is celebrating its sixth year this September over a four day period, and a myriad of performers have been announced to perform at the event.
The free-for-public music festival has revealed its first 24 acts which will be performing 12 to 15 September 2016 at Marina Bay Sands.
The performers include (in alphabetical order):-
Aaradhna (New Zealand), Alex Cuba (Canada), Bad Pony (Australia), Bastian Baker (Switzerland), Garden City Movement (Israel), HUSH (Taiwan), Maefire (Australia), My Life As Ali Thomas (Thailand), NUCLEYA (India), P!SCO (Taiwan), Prateek Kuhad (India), QUEST (Philippines), RAG N’ BONE (Australia), RAISA (Indonesia), Slip On Stereo (Australia), Slot Machine (Thailand), Slumberjack (Australia), SUN OF MORNING (Taiwan), Sydnee Carter (Australia), Tank and The Bangas (USA), The Souls (Switerland), TheOvertunes (Indonesia), The Veronicas (Australia), Young Lex (Indonesia)
Music Matters is a global platform representing the Asia Pacific music industry and a gateway for artistes looking to break into the world’s most populated region.
Since the music festival is held concurrently with All That Matters, an insightful business conference about Music, Live Events and Sports in Asia, there will also be keynote speeches by key music and entertainment industry influencers, including Grammy-award winning a capella group, Pentatonix.
For more information, visit musicmatters.asia